Exposure to Parental and Community Violence and the Relationship to Bullying Perpetration and Victimization Among Early Adolescents - A Parallel Process Growth Mixture Latent Transition Analysis

The current study used latent transition mixture modeling to understand how different profiles of parental and community violence exposure place students at differential risk for involvement in bullying and exposure to bullying victimization in the future.

Examining Pathways Between Bully Victimization, Depression, and School Belonging Among Early Adolescents

In the current study, we extend prior research by testing three theoretical frameworks (interpersonal risk model, symptom driven model, transactional model) to understand the associations between bully victimization, depression, and school belonging.

Examining the Pathways Between Bully Victimization, Depression, Academic Achievement, and Problematic Drinking in Adolescence

In Hong et al.’s (2014) conceptual framework, the author’s proposed important mechanisms and paths that may contribute to the association between bully victimization and substance use among adolescents. Specifically, we extend this framework and prior research by examining longitudinal within-person bidirectional relationships between bully victimization, depression, academic achievement, and problematic alcohol use from three theoretical frameworks - interpersonal risk model, symptom driven model, and a transactional model.